Wednesday, April 04, 2007
Salman Khan's first international project Marigold is finally gearing up for release. The film which pits the Bollywood superstar opposite Hollywood beauty Ali Larter was shot in India in early 2005. It's likely to have a grand premiere both in India and the US.
"The film is releasing in India in May. Some portions of the film were shown in FICCI Frame and it has got a good response," informs Anuradha Singh, the editor of the film.
So how has the film shaped up? "I can't say much as the editor is always a back seater. But from what I have seen after the final cut, I can say it's a beautiful romantic film, very well shot. It presents the colours of India on the international arena," says Singh who has also worked in Blood Monkey and The Forest also happens to be the first Indian female editor from India to work in Hollywood.
Marigold also stars Nandana Sen in a supporting role.
Now that the film is no longer held up, more than anyone else it's great news for Salman. If Ash can go west, why can't he!